The Nvolve Guide to
for Quality and Technical Teams
Digital Work Instructions
and Operating Procedures
Digitising Work Instructions and Operating Procedures can help Quality and Technical teams in
several ways. First, it can make it easier for team members to access and use this information within their role.
By storing work instructions and operating procedures digitally, team members can quickly and easily
access the information they need, whether they are on the factory floor or in a remote location.
This can help improve efficiency and productivity, as team members no longer have to spend time
searching for or trying to decipher handwritten instructions.
10 Ways to Boost Your Digital Work
Instructions and Operating Procedures
Create a clear and detailed outline of the task or process that needs to be documented. This should include all the necessary steps and any relevant information or guidelines.
Use a user-friendly software program to create digital work instructions. This could be word processing or presentation software, or a specialised program for creating work instructions.
Include clear and concise step-by-step instructions for each task, along with any relevant images or diagrams to help illustrate the steps.
Use headings, bullet points, and other formatting techniques to make the instructions easy to read and follow.
Keep the instructions organised and structured, with each step presented in a logical order.
Use simple language to ensure that the instructions are easy to understand.
Test the instructions by having someone follow them to ensure that they are clear and accurate.
Update the instructions as needed to reflect any changes to the task or process.
Provide training or support to users to help them understand and use the digital work instructions.
Regularly review and revise the instructions to ensure that they remain relevant and accurate.
Quality and Technical Teams are crucial to the long-term success of Digital Work Instructions and SOPs.
Involve the Quality and Technical teams in the creation of the digital work instructions from the outset, to ensure that they accurately reflect the task or process being documented.
Develop training materials or support resources for users of the digital work instructions, and have the Quality and Technical teams provide the training or support as needed.
Use the teams’ expertise to help troubleshoot any issues or problems that may arise when implementing the instructions.
Encourage the teams to share best practices and insights, to help improve the quality and effectiveness of the digital work instructions.